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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is adding The Roost in next update

Animal Crossing: New Horizons will add The Roost and Brewster to the game this November.

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NASA's Hubble telescope helps scientists solve mystery of dead galaxies - CNET

Why did some galaxies from the early universe suddenly stop making stars? Astronomers look back in time to find out.
Topics: NASA, Space, Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Galaxies

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Researchers mimic how water and wind create complex shapes in nature

Researchers have found a way to mimic the natural processes that create complex shapes and landscapes with the help of a vibrating plate and resulting energy fields.

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Earliest evidence of human activity found in the Americas

Footprints found at White Sands National Park in New Mexico provide the earliest unequivocal evidence of human activity in the Americas and provide insight into life over 23,000 years ago.

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Physicist Greg Hammett honored for his work advancing understanding of fusion plasmas

Theoretical and computational physicist Greg Hammett, a leader in advancing understanding of the complex turbulence that controls the performance of fusion plasmas and a dedicated educator, has been named a 2021 Distinguished Scientist Fellow by the...
Topics: Physics

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Hubble Reveals the Final Stages of a Dying Star

In April 2021 Hubble released its 31st-anniversary image. It’s a portrait of AG Carinae, one of the most luminous stars in the entire Milky Way. AG Carinae is in a wreckless struggle with itself, periodically ejecting matter until it reaches...
Topics: Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Anniversaries, Milky Way, Space

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Telescope in Chile captures a doomed galaxy falling into the heart of the Fornax Cluster

The Fornax Cluster—which, as the name suggests, lies primarily in the constellation Fornax (the Furnace)—is a relatively nearby galaxy cluster, only about 60 million light-years from Earth. This means that it looms large in the night sky,...
Topics: Telescopes, Space, Galaxies, Constellations

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Department of Energy Announces Three 2021 Office of Science Distinguished Scientist Fellows

The Department of Energy (DOE) announced three DOE National Laboratory scientists as DOE Office of Science Distinguished Scientist Fellows. This honor, authorized by the America COMPETES Act, is bestowed on National Laboratory scientists with...

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Common-path off-axis digital holography: Towards high stable optical instrument manufacturing

High stable common-path digital holographic interferometers can be widely applied in long-term time-lapsing interferometric measurements, three-dimensional imaging, and quantitative phase imaging. Scientists in China reviewed the common-path...

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Campaigning for More Marie Curies: More Women Means Changes for Physics, Engineering

Amy Sue Bix, a leading expert on the history of science and women and gender studies, will speak in an upcoming Lyne Starling Trimble lecture Wednesday, Sept. 29, in a live webcast. Her talk will delve into how the dramatic shift of girls and young...
Topics: Physics, Webcasts

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FAU Receives NSF Grant to Explore Trait Evolution Across Species

The NSF grant will enable scientists to elucidate trait evolution across species using statistical and supervised machine learning approaches to vigorously and accurately predict general and specific evolutionary mechanisms that also will be...

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This company wants to make your truck solar-powered

Did you know SHIFT is taking the stage on Sept 30 and Oct 1? Together with an amazing line-up of experts, we will explore the future of mobility during TNW Conference 2021. Secure your ticket now! One day, all trucks will be electric. But it won’t...

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Cloud-spotting on a distant exoplanet

An international team of astronomers has not only detected clouds on the distant exoplanet WASP-127b, but also measured their altitude with unprecedented precision. A presentation by Dr. Romain Allart at the Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) 2021...
Topics: Exoplanets, Space

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Sonic Boom: Sounds of History X-1 and Beyond

Peter Suciu Bell X-1, Glamorous Glennis, NASA, United States "Glamorous Glennis" and her place in history. Here's What You Need to Remember:  The development of the supersonic-capable aircraft including the North American F-86 Sabre and North...
Topics: NASA, Space

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View From the Top: Satellite Catches Images of Volcanic Eruption on La Palma

The Spanish island of La Palma has been dealing with the eruption of the volcano Cumbre Vieja since Sunday. The eruption has prompted the evacuation of some 5,000 people from the vicinity.
Topics: Satellites, Space, Volcanoes

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Plunging into the Furnace

The denizens of the Fornax galaxy cluster populate this image from the Victor M. Blanco 4-meter Telescope, located in Chile at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO), a Program of NSF's NOIRLab. The irregular galaxy lurking in the bottom...
Topics: Space, Telescopes

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Grabbing magic tin by the tail

Atomic nuclei have only two ingredients, protons and neutrons, but the relative number of these ingredients makes a radical difference in their properties. Certain configurations of protons and neutrons, with "magic numbers" of protons or neutrons...

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Coronavirus dashboard for September 22: the Delta wave rolls out?

Coronavirus dashboard for September 22: the Delta wave rolls out?   At last, it appears that the Delta wave may be receding, as for now, the US is on a definite downslope in cases. As of yesterday, the US recorded 135,000 cases, a 31,000...

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Let Jack Eichel Be

from John Vogl of The Athletic, This is about more than a letter or cap space. It always has been. Eichel is a 24-year-old who’s supposed to be in the prime of his life. He’s a physical specimen, a man who’s been pushing...

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Elon Musk says Inspiration4 crew had 'challenges' with toilet, vows for bathroom upgrades

The private space flight, SpaceX, completed a historic mission with the first all-civilian flight crew last weekend. The four members of the Inspiration4 crew raised $200 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and helped prove SpaceX...
Topics: Space, SpaceX

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